Category Archive: Government

Sep 02

The key to stable governance: happy people

  The key to stable governance is happy people   Yesterday, I reported on an attack on an innocent German woman by an angry “refugee,” showing how German women now have real reason to fear riding on commuter trains, given the large numbers of Muslim men now riding along with them. Every German knows that …

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Feb 28

Why Washington and Wall Street support Wahhabism

Why Washington and Wall Street support Wahhabism   by Don Hank   A reader of my commentaries sent this link to a story of a large American man confronting a Saudi in a US city who was raving on in defense of ISIS. This shows, among other things, that radical Islamists feel comfortable defending ISIS …

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Dec 12

The only solution to Washington tyranny: Restore state sovereignty

Restoring state sovereignty Don Hank The San Bernardino terror and the ease with which two jihadi killers entered and took up permanent residence in the US show that the US is putting US citizens in harm’s way. Look, Folks, the solution is right in front of us and its name is state sovereignty. Large central governments …

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Oct 04

SACRED SOVEREIGNTY MUST BE RESTORED

SACRED SOVEREIGNTY MUST BE RESTORED American conservatives and libertarians have always stressed the importance of the US Constitution as the ruling document in our government. Indeed sticking to the Constitution could restore government. Yet, government moves farther and farther from that document, and sometimes with the aid of unwitting conservatives.For example, we have often made the mistake …

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Mar 31

Using the truth to deceive us

How they deceive us with the truth   Don Hank   The following is a true account. In 1964, an athlete in his prime savagely attacked an older, handicapped man with his fists in full view of countless witnesses, causing the victim lacerations under the left eye and severe bruising under the right eye. The …

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Jul 05

Definition drift in the Snowden case

Most Americans still associate the idea of illegal informants or spies with people like the Rosenbergs, who leaked nuclear secrets to the Soviets. Indeed, articles on famous spies before about 1970 show that most high profile cases were working for the Soviets. Thus, before the 70s, a spy was generally thought of as a person who …

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Feb 10

A day of reckoning is coming

by Don Hank A recent article by Bob Unruh in WND shows how states are fighting back against federal encroachment – in the case in question, by declaring themselves unwilling to comply with federal detention orders under NDAA. This quiet revolution is merely an extension of other local and state muscle flexing, such as the …

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Dec 21

Newsflash: Robin Hood Steals from Himself to Give to the Poor!

The commandment is:  “Thou shalt not steal.” Most people believe that this commandment represents sound morality, even if they are not Christians.  Nonetheless, it seems that this moral precept is forgotten once we start talking politics.  And no wonder:  Americans have been making up ‘right and wrong’ for themselves for quite a while.   Obviously it …

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Oct 27

Snatched Swedish boy may be permanently separated from parents

Officials seek to terminate Johansson family’s parental rights  Please Write Both the ADF and HSLDA are asking for letters to be written in an attempt to renew attention to the Johanssons’ case. You can download a sample letter using either format below. Download the sample letter in Microsoft Word >> Download the sample letter as …

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Oct 20

Building on Cain’s 9-9-9 Plan for Radical Change

I understand that Cain’s 9-9-9 plan is just phase one in a more powerful overhaul, but I am leery about any plan that cannot be attained within a single term of the presidency. Moreover, we cannot count on the legislators to get behind it, or sustain it once it gets going.

So that’s a pickle, right? There pretty much isn’t a plan out there that can be rolled out within a single term with the assurance that the legislative branch will implement it as proposed (and not load it with 2,000 pages of caveats).

So what to do?

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